THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Pisquid, on the 5th of December, Donald James Macdonald in the 34th year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1888
DEATH:
SULLIVAN
- At Hope River, on the 3rd inst., Mrs. Sullivan, relict of the late Patrick Sullivan, at the advanced age of 92 years. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACLAUCHLAN - At Summerville, Mass., on the 20th of December, James McLauchlan, aged 60 years, formerly of St. Andrew's, P.E.I.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1888
DEATH:
MACMILLAN
- At Charlottetown, on the 19th inst., William Charles, son of Charlotte and the late Donald McMillan, aged 2 years and 2 months.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1888
DEATH:
MACMILLAN
- At the Head of Hillsborough on the 16th inst., Michael James, dearly beloved infant son of Anselm and Matilda McMillan, aged 1 year 6 months and 26 days.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1888
BIRTH:
CUMMISKEY
- At Webster's Corner, Lot 36, on the 14th instant, the wife of James H. Cummiskey, Esq. of a son.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD-GORDON - Obituary
- At the residence of her husband, Roseneath, Lot 52, January 4, 1888, on the fourth day after the fiftieth anniversary of her marriage, Mrs. Barbara, beloved wife of Peter Gordon, Esq., and daughter of the late James Macdonald, Esq., Kingsboro, Lot 47, closed her eyes in death, aged 70 years, after a short but severe illness (congestion of the lungs), from which she, from the first, believed she would not recover. Death, however, had no terrors for her, because she knew Whom she believed, and, in her last hours, said: "My hope is good."

About thirty-six years ago she confessed to Christ, and was baptized by the late Rev. John Shaw. Our sister leaves a husband, six sons and three daughters, in sorrow, but not a hopeless sorrow, as they know that wife and mother lived and died in hope of a better home than any which can be provided by the most tender hands and loving hearts on earth.

One of her seven sons preceded her to the spirit land, having died in the ocean, far from home and mother's care. The others may wait a little while, and then they, too, will pass over; may it be a happy and eternal union.

O. B. EMERY.

Montague, Jan. 20, 1888.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1888
DEATH:
MACKINNON
- At South Lake on the 14th last, Ann, the beloved wife of Richard McKinnon, in the 73rd year of her age. May she rest in peace.
DEATH: CAMPBELL - At Bayfield, Lot 46, on Thursday morning, the 17th of November of diphtheria, Ellen Annie Campbell, aged 9 years and 8 days. Also, at the same place, on Sunday morning, the 15th of January, of inflammation of the lungs, John Joseph, aged 15 years, beloved children of Captain Joseph and Flora Campbell.
DEATH: CAMPBELL - At Elmira, on the 28th Jan. after a painful and protracted illness which was borne with true christian fortitude, John B. Campbell in the 60th year of his age. Deceased was a man of sober and industrious habits, and bore an amicable and true moral character. He leaves three brothers and four sisters and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn their loss.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1888
DEATH:
MCBRIDE
- At Souris, on the 25th January, of pneumonia, after one week's illness, Mr. James McBride, in the 34th year of his age, leaving a wife and two children to mourn their sad and irreparable loss. Requiescat in pace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1888
DEATH:
RILEY
- At her residence, Pownal Street, on the 3rd inst., Catherine, wife of Michael Riley, aged 72 years. – R.I.P.

[Funeral from her late residence to-morrow, (Sunday) at 3 o'clock p.m.]


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Souris, on the 3rd inst., much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends, Neil Macdonald, aged 92 years and 3 months. The deceased was one of the first settlers of Souris, and was distinguished for his hospitality and general uprightness of character. The large procession which followed his remains to their last resting place, on Sunday last, showed the high estimation in which he was held by all classes and denominations. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Grand River, on the 6th of January, Matilda, widow of the late John McDonald, in the 58th year of her age.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At her residence, Grand River, of heart disease, on December 7th, 1887, Mary, relict of the late Alex. McDonald, aged 85 years. She leaves a large circle of friends to mourn her loss. May she rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - In this city, Feb 8, George A., son of Mary A. and the late James McDonald, aged 4 years and 6 months.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1888
MARRIAGE:
FAIRCHILD-LESLIE
- At St. Paul's Church, Charlottetown, Jan 31, 1888, by Rev. W. H. Sampson, Mr. George Leslie, of Souris West, to Miss Josephine Fairchild, youngest daughter of Joseph Fairchild, Esq., of Charlottetown.
DEATH: MACVANE MACVEAN - At Grand Forks, Dakota, on Dec. 14th, Millie Ann, aged 25 years, the beloved wife of Homer S. McVane, late of Bothwell. She leaves a grief-stricken husband and one child, and a mother, stepfather, two brothers and one sister and many friends to mourn the loss of one they loved. She was the only daughter of the late Robert Robertson, of West River, East Point. Her end was peace.
DEATH: BRUCE - On the 3rd instant, at Red Point, Lot 46, George Bruce, in the 85th year of his age. Deceased was a native of Caithness, Scotland, and came to this country 47 years ago. A widow, four sons and three daughters remain to mourn the loss of an affectionate husband and parent. But they mourn not as those without hope, for:


His youth was innocent, his ripe age

Marked with some act of goodness every day;

And watched by those that loved him, calm and sage,

Faded his late declining years away.

Meekly he gave his being up, and went

To share the holy rest that waits a life well spent.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888
DEATH:
MACINTOSH - OBITUARY.
- Died, at her residence, New Harmony, on the 4th inst., of consumption, after a long and lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation to the Divine Will, Catherine, beloved wife of Andrew McIntosh, aged 53 years. On the morning of the 6th her remains were conveyed to the place of burial by a large concourse of people and a circle of sorrowing friends and relatives, to whom she was endeared in life and regretted in death. The deceased was highly respected by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance, for her amiable qualities. Two years ago she witnessed the death of her husband, which trial she bore with great fortitude. She leaves a family of eight sons and three daughters to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate mother. She will be long remembered by her children, whom she many times embraced in their young and tender years with a kind mother's love.

Requiescat in pace. – COM.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888
DEATH:
O'HARA
- At Blooming Point, on November 9th, of Typhoid fever, John O'Hara, aged 24 years. May his soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD-MACKINNON
- In Georgetown, on the 5th inst., Jessie Macdonald, relict of the late Archibald MacKinnon, in the 78th year of her age. She was a resident of Georgetown for 55 years, having come there in the year 1833.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Grand Tracadie, on the 12th instant, after a lingering illness, Catherine Macdonald, aged 45 years. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Maplehill, Lot 37, on the 19th instant, of cancer, Ronald Macdonald, in the 66th year of his age, leaving a wife and large family to mourn their loss. The funeral was attended by many clergymen and a large number of devoted friends and acquaintances. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Bayfield, Lot 46, on the 30th of November, of diphtheria, Æneas James, beloved son of Lauchlin and Annabella Macdonald, aged 20 years and 28 days. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Belfast, on Saturday evening, 25th instant, Jessie, beloved wife of John W. Macdonald, aged 69 years.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Blooming Point, Lot 36, Feb 8th, after three months illness, Neil McDonald, aged 77 years, leaving a wife, three sons and one daughter to mourn their loss. May he rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Allisary, on Saturday, 25th inst., John McDonald, in the 80th year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1888
DEATH:
MACCORMACK
- At Boston, on the 17th February, Michael McCormick, a native of P. E. Island, aged 32 years.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1888
DEATH:
FORD
- At West River, East Point, on the 16th February, after a lingering illness of eighteen years, borne with christian patience, calm resignation, and humble submission to the Divine will, John Ford, aged 74.
DEATH: FISHER - At Scotchfort, on February 12, after a long illness, Christina, wife of Angus Fisher, aged 72 years. May she rest in peace.
DEATH: CUMMINGS - On the 15th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, Red Point, Lot 46, Mary Cummings, aged 82 years. Deceased was born at East Point, and was married in 1842 to the late William E. Cummings, of Chepstow, by whom she had four children, one son and three daughters, who survive her. She was a devoted wife and mother, and was highly esteemed by all who knew her. May she rest in peace.


"There is no night, the stars go down
To rest upon some fairer shore;
And bright in heaven's jeweled crown
They shine for evermore."


THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1888
MACDONALD - A Successful Islander
- The Commercial Record, of San Francisco, Cal., recently published a sketch and picture of Hon. D. A. Macdonald, (cousin of Lieutenant-Governor Macdonald) one of the several successful Islanders on the Pacific coast. We extract the following:

"By his own endeavor Mr. Macdonald has achieved the position he now occupies. Well trained, and early imbued with principles of rectitude, he was enabled to resist all the many snares so plentifully spread for young men out here in early days. He came with one purpose – to succeed, and to build up for himself a name, and in this he has certainly been signally successful. All through the years he has maintained a high place among his associates in business and society. Distance and years might separate, but memory was vigilant, and the training he first had, and the lessons then learned, were never forgotten. These were his mainstay, and they proved reliable.

"D. A. Macdonald, as the name would denote, belongs to the Scotch clan of that name, a clan unexcelled in the annals of Scotland for heroic deeds, and whose latter day sufferings belong to history. He learned the carpenter trade when young, and upon coming here he naturally resumed the business he was familiar with. Politically he made a bright mark. The vote for him, when he ran for the Supervisorship, shows the hosts of friends he possesses. In office he was one of the few men suspicion never pointed at, and his course was such as to meet the approval of those even opposed to him politically. He did the taxpayers great service, and was a power in the Board. Against all questionable schemes he was firmness itself, and no doubt the knowledge of this very fact prevented many from even being presented.

"Mr. Macdonald came to this state from Prince Edward Island. He arrived here July 20th, 1852, after a passage around the Horn of 141 days. The voyage was made in the ship "Samuel Appleton," and as fellow-voyagers with Mr. Macdonald were several who have risen to high place – J. J. McKinnon, Mr. Harrington, the capitalist, and others. The ship was put into Valparaiso, and Mr. Macdonald still carries a watch charm, a two real piece, he obtained there as a token of the visit. Upon his arrival, he at once began work at his trade of carpenter, and continued this until the fall of 1854, when he went into partnership with B. T. Chace. The firm started a mill at Beal and Market, and at Mr. Macdonald's suggestion it was called Chace's Mill. The business of mill work was continued as above until Mr. Chace's death, Mr. Macdonald's brother having, in the meantime, been admitted to the firm. Mr. Macdonald was appointed administrator and guardian of Mr. Chace's estate and children, and his careful handling realized certainly a larger return than expected.

"Ten years ago Mr. Macdonald moved to the present location on Spear street, first conducting the mill work under his own name and afterwards merging it into a corporation. Politically, Mr. Macdonald has not been a seeker after place. He was elected twice to the Supervisorship of the Twelfth Ward for the terms 1873-1875, first by the Taxpayers and afterwards by the Democrats. In politics he has always been conservative. Of the Caledonia Club he was First Chieftain for about seven years. He was also Captain of the San Francisco Hussars for several years.

"D. A. Macdonald has been for 16 years a Director in the Mechanics Institute. Twice during that time he served as Vice-President. For many years he was a member of the Finance and Executive Committees. In 1876 he was elected by acclamation Centennial Grand Marshal by the Committee of Two Hundred on motion of General John McComb, General Winn presiding.

"In fact he belongs to very many societies, and is a moving figure in their advancement. He has the proud satisfaction in his retrospect of the past in having nothing to regret. He has labored with all his might, and than this no man may do more. Socially he is sought after, and is the centre of his circle. He is entertaining, and owing to a retentive memory his recollections are both interesting and instructive. Among those who have advanced the State of their adoption, and given it the proud place it to-day occupies in the galaxy of States, certainly Mr. Macdonald occupies a prominent and honorable place."


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONELL
- At Charlottetown, on 7th March, at Keswick House, the residence of R. R. Hodgson, Esquire, beloved and regretted by a large circle of friends and relatives, Randall Maria, daughter of the late Captain Randall Macdonell, Glengarry Light Infantry Regiment, and Town Major of Charlottetown.

[Funeral on Friday afternoon next, to leave the house at 3 o'clock (local time) for railway station, thence by train to Sherwood Cemetery. Friends and acquaintances will please accept this notice.]


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1888
DEATH:
MACINTYRE
- At Big Bush, Lot 44, on the 10th February, of pneumonia, Mary Cecelia, the dearly beloved daughter of Capt. Daniel and Annie McIntyre, aged 3 years and 7 months.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1888
DEATH:
STEELE
- At French Village, on the 1st of February Penelope Steele, aged forty-seven years. She was highly respected. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1888
DEATH:
CAMPBELL
- At Rollo Bay, on the 16th March, Sarah Campbell, in the 29th year of her age.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1888
DEATH:
JARVIS
- Suddenly, at Chicago, on the 26th inst., Arthur Henry Boyd, second and dearly loved son of Henry F. Jarvis, M.D., Summerside, aged 27 years.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888
DEATH:
MACINTYRE-MACEACHERN
- On the 25th ult., at Souris Line Road, Mary McIntyre, relict of the late Donald McEachern, aged 99 years and 2 months. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1888
DEATH:
MORROW - Death of James O. Morrow
- As intimated in THE EXAMINER of the 4th, the death of James O. Morrow formerly of Souris, occurred at Los Angeles, Cal., on the 3rd inst. Less than a year ago Mr. Morrow, who was for many years engaged in business in Souris, sold out his property there, and with his wife and family started for California. After reaching there, and visiting several places, he concluded upon settling down at Los Angeles, where he opened an office in the real estate business and purchased a home. Soon after, he secured employment as book-keeper in a large establishment at a salary of $1200 a year. He seemed to be – judging by the letters written to friends in P. E. Island – perfectly well pleased with the country, and in the best of health. Imagine the surprise of his friends and relatives in P. E. Island when a telegram was received from his nephew, Freeman Stewart, on Tuesday last, telling of his death at an early hour that morning. Mr. Morrow was the son of the late Thos. Morrow, of North Lake, Lot 47, and leaves a wife and two sons to mourn their loss. To them in their distant home among strangers we tender our sincere sympathy and condolence, and trust the Friend of the widow and the fatherless may sustain and comfort them in this their great sorrow.
DEATH: MACDONALD - Sudden Death - An accident of a very painful character occurred at Chepstow yesterday (5th). While Alexander (R.) McDonald was engaged in hauling in some hay from a barrack in the field, he fell from the load and was killed. His son was with him at the time, and as quickly as possible threw off part of the load, lifted his father on to the sleigh and drove home. Medical aid was summoned, but life was found to be extinct. Much sympathy is felt for the family of the deceased in their sudden and unexpected bereavement. They mourn the loss of one who led an upright and Christian life – being one of the Elders in St. Mary's Church, Souris. All who knew him speak in the highest terms of his character, both as a private citizen and a kind-hearted, sincere friend. He was about sixty years of age. Under the circumstances it was not considered necessary to hold an inquest.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1888
DEATH:
MELLICK
- At Elmira, East Point, on Wednesday, the 18th January last, of diphtheria, Hattie May, aged 8 years and 7 months; also on Jan. 27, Willie H., aged thirteen years, dearly beloved children of James and Susanna Mellick. "But Jesus called them unto Him, and said: Suffer little children to come unto Me, and forbid them not, for such is the kingdom of God."


THE DAILY EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1888
DEATH:
HALEY - Obituary - DEATH OF C. J. HALEY
- In a neat and beautiful casket, at Souris, awaiting interment, lie the mortal remains of C. J. Haley, of that place, whose spirit passed peacefully away on the morning of the 7th of April, at half-past six.

Mr. Haley had been suffering from paralysis for over a year, and bore his illness with remarkable patience. He was born in Portland, Maine, in 1835, and came to Souris about twelve years ago, where he since resided until the time of his death. During the greater part of this time he was extensively engaged in the canning business, and largely contributed to the business enterprise of the County. Being of a kind and genial disposition, he made many friends in Souris who sympathize with his bereaved widow in her great sorrow. His remains were interred temporarily in the Protestant cemetery at Souris West to-day, but it is the intention of his widow to have them removed as soon as navigation opens, to his native home for final interment.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1888
DEATH:
MACGILLIVRAY
- At St. Andrew's, on the 12th ult., after a brief illness of inflammation of the lungs, Martin McGillivray, in the 48th year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1888
MARRIAGE:
MACDONALD-MACDONALD
- At Fort Augustus, on the 10th inst., by Rev. Allan Macdonald, Donald James Macdonald, to Miss Mary Ann Macdonald, both of Fort Augustus.
DEATH: MACKINNON - At Armadale, Lot 43, on the 6th of March, after a painful illness, Hugh J. McKinnon, in the 30th year of his age. He leaves a sorrowing wife, aged parents, six sisters and one brother to mourn their loss. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1888
DEATH:
CAREY
- At Monticello, Lot 42, John Carey, in the 60th year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1888
DEATH:
QUIRK
- In this city, on Monday, 16th inst., Mary, widow of the late Charles Quirk, aged 39 years.

[Funeral will leave her late residence, Douglas Street, at 8.30 tomorrow morning for St. Dunstan's Cathedral, thence to Roman Catholic Cemetery. Friends and acquaintances respectfully invited to attend.]


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Peake's Station, on the 11th inst., after a lingering illness, which she bore for several months, Mary Elizabeth Macdonald, eldest and dearly beloved daughter of James and Mary Macdonald, in the 20th year of her age. Deceased was a young woman, well known and highly respected by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. The esteem in which she was held was shown by the concourse of people that followed her remains to St Theresa's cemetery on Friday morning. She leaves a large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn their irreperable loss. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: BURGE - At Fortune Road, near Head St. Peter's Bay, on the 11th inst., after a brief illness, Catherine, relict of the late Thomas Burge, in the 73rd year of her age. She leaves three sons and three daughters to mourn their loss. May her soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1888
DEATH:
MACRAE
- At Orwell, on the 17th inst., Donald McRae, in the 75th year of his age. He leaves a wife, two sons and two daughters to mourn the loss of a kind husband and affectionate father. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: ROSE - At Priest Pond, on the 6th of April, of Diphtheria, James Walter, aged eleven years, beloved son of James and Jane Rose.


Dearest son, thou has left us,

And your loss we deeply feel;

But it's God that has bereft us,

He can all our sorrows heal.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888
DEATH:
MACISAAC-MACDONALD
- At St. Andrew's on the 21st inst., Margaret Catherine McIsaac, the beloved wife of Æneas Macdonald, aged 36 years, leaving a sorrowing husband and three children to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate mother. May her soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1888
DEATH:
MACINTYRE
- At St. Columba, East Point, on Wednesday, the 18th of April, Jennie McIntyre, relict of the late Donald McIntyre, at the advanced age of 84 years. Deceased lady was a sister of His Lordship Right Rev. Bishop McIntyre, of Charlottetown, and daughter of the late Angus McIntyre and Sarah McKinnon, of Cable Head, where she was born. She was well known in the three counties and universally beloved for her many good virtues by all who knew her. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1888
DEATH:
MCLAUGHLIN
- At Peake's Road, on Wednesday morning, the 9th inst., after three days illness, James McLaughlin, aged 89 years. Deceased was born in Cookstown, County Fermanagh, Ireland, and emigrated to this Island in the year 1830. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1888
DEATH:
MACLEAN
- Passed away on the 13th inst., at Souris Line Road, Ronald McLean, in the 63rd year of his age, leaving a widow and four children to mourn their loss. Deceased was an honest, industrious man, and was much liked by all who knew him for the guilelessness of his character and the integrity of his life. May his soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Pisquid West, on Saturday, the 19th inst., Ronald Macdonald, in the 62nd year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS - In our obituary columns, to-day, we chronicle the death of Mr. Ronald Macdonald (Garahelia), the youngest brother of the late lamented Father Dan, who was widely known and universally loved and respected. Those who visited him always received a true Highland welcome. During the greater period of his life he was connected with St. Andrew's choir, of which he was leader, for over thirty years. The funeral which was unusually large, took place on Monday. Mass was celebrated by Mgr. Macdonald, and after Mass Rev. J. C. Macdonald, rector of St. Dunstan's College, pronounced the absolution. Among the clergymen present were Revs. Allan Macdonald, J. A. Macdonald and J. C. MacLean, who assisted the choir. To his family and friends we tender our heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1888
MARRIAGE:
ROSE-ROBERTSON
- At Georgetown on the 28th inst., by the Rev. John Williams, Mr. John Robertson to Miss Lydia Rose, all of Lot 47, P.E.I.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Grand Tracadie, on the 16th of May, after a long and painful illness, John R. Macdonald, in the 72nd year of his age. R.I.P.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At West St. Peter's, on the 14th of May, Mary Ellen, wife of James Macdonald, Esq., in the 50th year of her age, leaving a husband, five sons and five daughters to mourn their irreperable loss. May she rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Glencorrodale, Lot 46, April 2nd, of diphtheria, Hugh John, eldest and beloved son of Ronald and Effie Macdonald, aged 9 years. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1888
DEATH:
STEWART
- At his residence, South Lake, Lot 47, May 8, leaving a large circle of relatives and friends, besides his widow and four helpless children to mourn the loss of a true friend, a loving husband and an indulgent parent, Bro. Donald A. Stewart passed from the earth life, we trust, to a higher and better. To the God of the widow and the Father of the fatherless, and the loving hearts of her community, we commend the sorrowing widow and her helpless little ones.
DEATH: CAMPBELL - Sister Jessie, daughter of the late Peter Campbell, peacefully and quietly went to rest, at Montague, May 25, aged 84 years. In early life she gave herself to God. She lived a life of faith in the Son of God, and finally fell asleep in Jesus. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1888
DEATH:
MACCORMACK
- At Launching at the residence of her son-in-law, D. J. Walker, after an illness of one week, Mary, relict of the late Dugald McCormack, of East River, Lot 34, aged 86 years. May she rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Summerside, on the 29th ult., Catherine, beloved wife of John E. Macdonald, aged 26 years. May she rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1888
DEATH:
BEATON
- At East Point, on the 25th May, Gertrude Florence, daughter of James and Annie Beaton, aged eight months and five days.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1888
BIRTH:
MULLEN
- At Covehead Road, on the 11th inst., the wife of James Mullen, Esq., of a daughter.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Vernon River, on the 6th inst., Flora, relict of the late Roderick Macdonald, aged 87 years.
DEATH: ROSE - At North Lake, on the 3rd inst., after a long and painful illness, which he bore with Christian patience and resignation to the Divine Will, Stephen Rose, Esq., in the 43rd year of his age.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Charlottetown Royalty, on the 15th inst., Mary Florence, dearly beloved infant of Roderick and Rose Ellen MacDonald, aged eight days.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1888
MARRIAGE:
GILLIS-MACDONALD
- At St. Margaret's on the 15th May, by the Rev. D. J. G. McDonald, P.P., Mr. Michael McDonald, Clear Spring, Lot 44, to Mary C. the only daughter of Donald Gillis, Esq., Little River, Lot 46.
DEATH: CAMPBELL - At Little Pond, on the 17th ult., in the 97th year of his age, Angus Campbell, a native of the Western Islands, Scotland. He emigrated to P. E. Island in the year 1803 on board the ship Polly. He retained full possession of his faculties until the day of his death. He had a vivid recollection of the appearance in 1803, of the site on which Charlottetown is now built. He was noted for his sterling integrity, kindness and hospitality. May his soul rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- On the 27th May last, of pleuro-pneumonia, at St. Margaret's, King's Co., Donald R. McDonald, in the 54th year of his age, leaving a widow and family to mourn the loss of a kind husband and provident father. R.I.P.
DEATH: STEWART-CHING - Suddenly, on Lords day morning, the 17th inst., sorrow came to the home of Brother James Ching, St. Catherine's, Lot 45, in the loss of his beloved wife Sister Jessie J., daughter of the late Alex. Stewart, Esq., Red Point, Lot 46, King's Co. Sister Ching died at the age of 24 years, 5 months and one day. Her husband and many friends are left to sorrow. Her three little children are left without mother's care. Cruel seems the severing of the tender ties, but He doeth all things well. She leaves a life of earthly happiness for pleasure wholly unmixed without pain.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1888
DEATH:
BERRIGAN
- At Union Road, Lot 33, on the 2nd inst., after a long illness, Edward Berrigan, aged 76 years.

[Funeral to St. Dunstan's Cathedral, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, friends and acquaintances please attend.]
DEATH: BRECKEN - At his residence, Linden Grove, in this city, on Sabbath 1st July inst., Ralph Brecken, in the 84th year of his age.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1888
MARRIAGE:
LEWIS-MACDONALD
- At All Saints Church, Cardigan Bridge, on the 20th ult., by the Rev. Father Gillis, of St. Peter's Bay, assisted by the Rev. M. McMillan, Mr. Daniel McDonald, Merchant, of Vernon River Bridge to Janie E., second daughter of Wm. Lewis, Esq., of Cardigan Bridge.

Local and Other Items

HYMENEAL. - As will be seen by reference to the proper column, All Saint's Church, Cardigan Bridge, was, on the 20th ult., the scene of an event of unusual interest, in the marriage of one of the fair daughters of that place, to Mr. Daniel McDonald, one of the popular and enterprising merchants of Vernon River. The bride looked beautiful in pale blue satin, decorated with orange blossoms, and was attended by Miss Josephine McDonald, Montague. The groom was supported by Mr. John A. McDonald, of Orwell. At the close of the ceremony, the happy couple, together with a number of friends, were entertained at the residence of Wm. P. Lewis, Esq., father of the bride, after which they left for their new home attended by the good wishes of all for their future happiness. – COM.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1888
DEATH:
GAY
- At Bayfield, Lot 46, June 28th, after a short illness, Theodore Colter, youngest and dearly beloved son of Abner and Catherine Gay, aged 6 years and two days. He was a remarkably bright child and was loved by all who knew him.


Colter darling thou has left us,
Life with thee had scarce began,
Ere the Saviour called thee upward
To a land beyond the sun.
It is not for us to question,
Why for? Ah we cannot tell,
We are told to trust our Saviour
Who in love doth all things well.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1888
DEATH:
BOWLEY
- At Marie, St. Peter's Bay, on the 19th ult., Miss Millicent Bowley, in the 68th year of her age. The deceased had returned to this country about two years ago, having lived over forty years in London, England. She was a refined, well-informed, highly respected lady.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Naufrage, on the 5th inst., much respected and deeply regretted, Ronald R. Macdonald, in the 90th year of his age. R.I.P.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1888
DEATH:
OWEN
- At Emerson, Manitoba, on the 13th inst., Lemuel Thomas Owen, agent there for the C. P. Railway, and son of the late Thomas Owen, Cardigan, in this Island.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Hollow River, Lot 42, on the 13th inst., John McDonald, eldest son of the late Capt. Donald Allan Macdonald, of Souris, in the 49th year of his age. R.I.P.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, MONDAY, JULY 23, 1888

Local and Other Items

SOURIS EAST. - Souris East, the eastern terminus of the P.E.I. Railway, now takes first rank among the rising towns of the Maritime Provinces. How speedily it has developed into its present proportions may be judged from the fact that only about seventy years ago it had but one resident householder, the late John Longapie. The next who settled there were the late Fidelle Paquet, Peter Cheverie, Francis Lavie, John McPhee, John McDonald, Francis Cheverie, Neil McDonald, and Edward Keays. The first merchants who did business in Souris were J. Coughlan and Benjamin Barss. Then came Shattuck & McKay, John McFarlane, McDonald & Walker, John Knight, Donald Beaton, &c. The first Roman Catholic Church that was built there was erected under the ministry of the Rev. "Father John," who resided at St. Margaret's. Don't forget the tea that is to come off at Souris on the 1st of August.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1888
MARRIAGE:
YOSTON-MACDONALD
- At Little Pond, on Monday, the 16th inst., by the Rev. E. Walker, P.P., Angus Macdonald, Esq., of Launching, Lot 55, to Miss Katie Yoston, second daughter of George Yoston of Grand River, Lot 56.
DEATH: MACINTYRE - At St. Andrew's, June 23rd, Mrs. Hugh McIntyre, aged ninety years and eight months, leaving four sons and five daughters to mourn the loss of a kind and loving mother. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1888
MARRIAGE:
FRAZER-FORD
- In the Baptist Church, at Jamaica Plains, Boston, June 23rd, by the Rev. R. H. Hunt, M. A., Rev. J. A. Ford, B. A., Pastor of the Carleton Baptist Church, St. John, to Eveline Ada Frazer, of the New England Conservatory.

Local and Other Items

HYMEMEAL. - Boston papers of a recent date refer to an event of some interest to many of our readers – the marriage of Rev. J. A. Ford, B.A., of the Carleton Baptist Church, St. John, N.B., to Miss Eveline Ada Frazer, late of the New England Conservatory of music, Boston. The ceremony was performed in the Baptist Church, Jamaica Plains, by Rev. R. M. Hunt, M.A., Miss Nellie E. Cummings, of Souris, supporting the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Ford took the train the same evening for New York via Fall River. From there they proceeded to Albany, taking in en route the beautiful scenery of the Hudson. They returned to St. John via Yarmouth, where they received the congratulations of their many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ford belong to East Point and have a large circle of friends in this city who join his new pastorate in Carleton in wishing him a long and happy wedded life.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1888
MARRIAGE:
BURKE-MORRISON - Wedding Bells in the East.
- The Catholic Church of Georgetown was crowded with people yesterday morning to witness the marriage of J. J. Morrison, of that place, to Mary, eldest daughter of Captain James Burke. At eight o'clock the happy couple, supported by Mr. Wm. Burke and the Misses Emma and Minnie Burke, advanced to the chairs prepared for them in front of the pews, the organ pealing out the Wedding March. Shortly after the Rev. Father Burke, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Charles McDonald, Rector of St. Dunstan's College, and former parish priest of Georgetown, entered the sanctuary, and the interested parties, approaching the altar rails, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony with all the ceremony the Catholic ritual prescribes. After the ceremony the young couple and their friends sat down to a sumptuous breakfast at the home of the bride, and in the afternoon took the train for the city en route to the Provinces and the United States on a wedding tour. The pretty little parish church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and the number of presents received were large and costly. THE EXAMINER joins with the many friends of the happy couple in Georgetown, where they are general favorites, in wishing them every blessing and happiness through life.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1888
MARRIAGE:
BURKE-MORRISON
- At St. James Church, Georgetown, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. A. E. Burke, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. J. C. Macdonald, Rector of St. Dunstan's College, John J. Morrison, to Mary, eldest daughter of James Burke, Esq.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1888
MARRIAGE:
NEWBERY-CONROY - Wedding Bells.
- A large number of people assembled at St. Dunstan's Cathedral this morning to witness the marriage of George Conroy, son of the late Nicholas Conroy, Esq., Tignish, and Virginia M., youngest daughter of the late John Fenton Newbery, Esq., Charlottetown.

The ceremony was performed by His Lordship Bishop McIntyre (grand-uncle of the groom), assiated by Rev. J. C. McLean. The bride was given away by her brother, Fenton T. Newberry, Esq. The bridesmaids were Miss Lucy Caven and the Misses Adele and May Sullivan, and the groomsman Mr. George Reddin.

At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the residence of Dr. Conroy (brother of the groom) where the wedding breakfast was partaken of. After breakfast the happy young couple, amid showers of rice and good wishes, left for a tour of the Provinces.

The wedding presents were numerous and valuable.

In common with their hosts of friends, THE EXAMINER wishes the high-contracting parties a pleasant and prosperous journey through life.
BIRTH: CONROY - In this city, this morning, 7th inst., the wife of Dr. Conroy of a son.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1888
DEATH:
MACPHEE
- At Bayfield, Lot 46, on the 1st of August, Neil Macphee, aged 76 years. The deceased was a good, kind, neighbor, and always a quiet, inoffensive and practical Christian. His mortal remains were followed to their last resting place at St. Columba's Church, on the 3rd instant, by a large concourse of friends and neighbors, who thereby testified to the high esteem they entertained for the deceased and his sorrowing family and friends. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1888
DEATH:
MORRISON - In Memoriam
- On the death of Catherine Jane Morrison, of Launching Place, Prince Edward Island, who died at Providence, Rhode Island, June 27th, 1888, aged twenty-five years.


Weep not, weep not, you sisters,

Those words are hard to bare,

Though the frost of death has nipped your flower,

So gentle young and fair.


Sad tidings come across the deep,

The death of one we loved,

The flower is but transplanted

In the second ground above.


In a far off distant country,

Your mourning life was run,

You sleep that long and happy sleep,

Oh, God, thy will be done."


'Tis in your childhoods happy home

Your loss is mourned forever;

A mother's tears or sister's cries

Can't bring you back once more.


Sweet home, the dearest spot on earth,

How quick those thoughts do fly,

'Tis in your loved and honored shade,

Contented I would die.


You little thought when last you bid

Your Island home farewell,

That you beheld the last time

Those scenes you loved so well.


Death, oft we fear thy fatal blow,

No mortal being can shun,

You robbed us of that fair young life,

Which scarcely had begun.


Behold this flower so young and fair,

Called home by early doom,

Come forth to show how sweet a flower

In Paradise might bloom.

Narrow's Creek, July 1888.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1888
DEATH:
TANNER
- At North Lake, on Friday, 10th inst., aged eight years and four months, Maud, dearly beloved and only daughter of Harry J. and Christiana Tanner, formerly of Lunenburg, N.S. The deceased was a very bright and intelligent child of her age, and was a great favorite with her schoolmates, who now mourn the loss of their little friend. "Suffer little children to come unto Me and forbid them not, for of such is the Kingdom of heaven."


THE DAILY PATRIOT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1888
DEATH:
CAVEN
- At Charlottetown, on the 18th Aug., Catherine, wife of John Caven. May she rest in peace.

Funeral will leave her late residence, Weymouth street, on Monday morning, at 9.45 o'clock, for St. Dunstan's Cathedral, thence to Roman Catholic Cemetery.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Chepstow, Lot 45, on the 15th inst., of consumption, Hugh Æneas, dearly beloved and only son of Captain Donald H. and Kate Macdonald, aged 22 years, fortified by the last rites of the Catholic church, and reconciled to his heavenly father, passed quietly away from this life. He was noted for his mild and charitable disposition and liked by all who knew him. Much sympathy is felt for his sorrowing parents and sister. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MULLALLY - At Gowan Brae, Souris, July 31st, after an illness of six months, Frank J., second son of John and Mary Mullally, aged 18 years. May he rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Kelly's Cross, DeSable, on the 17th inst., of Paralysis, Dora, beloved child of Catherine and John E. McDonald, aged one year and eight months. "Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Newport, Lower Cardigan, on the 23rd of August, of brain fever, Mary Margaret, daughter of Hercules and Mary Macdonald, aged two years and five months.

"Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not; for of such is the kingdom of heaven."


THE DAILY EXAMINER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1888
DEATH:
ROSE - A Fatal Accident - A YOUNG MAN SHOT DEAD
- A most heart-rending accident occuirred at North Lake, Lot 47, on Friday last, which resulted in the death of John Rose, a lad of fifteen years of age, son of Peter Rose, miller. Young Rose had been attending Lakeville school. After school hours he was in the habit of going gunning on the lake. His father had repeatedly warned him against the use of firearms, and a day or two previous to the accident had taken the lock off the gun that was in the house, in order to prevent the son using it. But a borrowed one, kept on hand without the knowledge of the father, did the fatal work. On the day of the accident, at dinner hour, young Rose went down to the side of the lake to have a shot at some birds. Between him and the game there was a fence, through which, before climbing, he attempted to pass his gun, butt end foremost, holding the muzzle towards him. While in this position the gun went off, driving the charge into his left breast in the vicinity of the heart. Two fellow school boys, Jerome and Angus McInnis, were standing quite close to him at the time. They testified at the inquest which was held before Dr. Muttart, Coroner, that he did not fall when the fatal shot was received, but placing his two hands over the wound, through which the blood came streaming, he ran a distance of about twenty yards, when he fell over into the trench of the road. The boys ran at once for assistance. In a few seconds the schoolmaster and others were on the spot. A moment or two later the vital spark had fled. The greatest sympathy is felt among all classes for the bereaved parents, sisters and brothers of the deceased, who is spoken of as a young lad of a most upright and kindly disposition. The Rev. Mr. Bishop conducted the funeral services. The remains were followed to the grave by a large concourse of sympathising friends.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888
DEATH:
CAMPBELL-O'GRADY
- At East Baltic, Lot 46, on the 12th of September, Flora Campbell, relict of the late John O'Grady, in the 76th year of her age. May she rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- In patient submission to the Divine Will, on the 2nd ult., of pulmonary consumption, Bernard, aged 19 years and 9 months, also, of the same disease, on the 29th ult. – her birthday – Flora Ann, aged 18 years, son and daughter of the late Allan McDonald, North Lake.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1888
DEATH:
MACEACHERN
- At Clear Spring, Lot 44, on the 28th of August, of consumption, Joseph McEachern, aged 68 years. His remains were interred in St. Margaret's Cemetery. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1888
DEATH:
RILEY
- In this City, on Sept 30th, Michael Riley, in the 86th year of his age.

[Funeral from his late residence, cor. Pownal and Richmond Streets, (to-morrow), Tuesday morning, at 8.45 o'clock, to St. Dunstan's Cathedral, thence to R.C. Cemetery.]


THE DAILY EXAMINER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1888
MARRIAGE:
SULLIVAN-MURPHY
- At St. Mary's church, Souris, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. D. F. McDonald, P.P., Mr. P. S. Murphy, of the P.E.I.R., to Mrs. Agnes Sullivan, of Souris.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1888
MARRIAGE:
MCMAHON-CONWAY
- At St. Columba's Church, East Point, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. D. J. Gillis, P.P., Mr. Daniel Conway of New Zealand to Miss Mary A. McMahon of Elmira, Lot 47.
DEATH: MACDONALD - On the 27th instant, Isabella, relict of the late Honorable John Small Macdonald, aged 87 years. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1888
BIRTH:
ROBERTSON
- At Red Point, on the 29th ult., Mrs. Alex. Robertson, of a son.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1888
DEATH:
GILLIS
- On Sept. 30th, after a lingering illness, John Gillis, aged 67 years.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1888
MARRIAGE:
WALKER-MACDONALD
- At Truro, N. S., on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. Father Cummaine, Daniel J. Macdonald to Sarah Isabella Walker, both of Charlottetown.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1888
DEATH:
MACINTYRE - Local and Other Items - OBITUARY
- We regret to learn of the unexpected death of Capt. Dan McIntyre, which sad event took place at Gloucester, Mass., on Sunday last. Capt. McIntyre was a nephew of His Lordship Bishop McIntyre, and brother of Dr. McIntyre, M.P. He had been in the Bay all summer, and went home sick not long since. He was married, and leaves a wife and family in Gloucester. He is spoken of as one who possessed a large amount of energy and perseverance, and was counted among the most successful fisherman of the American fleet.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1888
THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1888
DEATH:
DAUNCEY - In Memoriam
- On Tuesday, the 18th of September, there passed away at the advanced age of 83 years, Frederick A. Dauncey, one of the oldest and most esteemed inhabitants of Lower Montague. The deceased was a native of England and came to this Island in 1829. After working at his trade for some time he finally settled down on a farm on which he lived until his death. Shortly after his arrival he married Miss Mary Wightman, sister of the late Hon. Joseph Wightman, by whom he had six children; five are still living, but the eldest, Capt. J. Dauncey, was accidentally killed at Charlottetown seven years ago. The late Mr. Dauncey was a man who disliked all kinds of cunning and deception, and wished to see everything done in true British style. He was an affectionate father, a kind husband and a good neighbor, and will long be missed in the community in which he lived for over sixty years. He was an adherent of the Presbyterian Church and bore his long illness with Christian resignation. He often manifested an earnest desire to depart and be forever with the Lord. His remains were followed to their resting place in the Lower Montague Cemetery by a large concourse of people, there to remain until the resurrection morn. – Com.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1888
MARRIAGE:
STEPHENS-MACDONALD
- At Vernon River, on the 2nd instant, by the Rev. James Phelan, P.P., Mr. John A. Macdonald of the firm of Stephens & Co. to Katie, fourth daughter of the late Patrick Stephens, of Orwell.
DEATH: REID - At Millcove, on Thursday, Oct 4th, Richard Reid, Esq., in the 59th year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: KING-MULLEN - Suddenly, in Boston, on Friday morning, October 5th, of heart disease, Elizabeth, beloved wife of John Mullen, and daughter of James King, formerly of Charlottetown. Requiescat in pace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - OBITUARY - To the very many of our readers who remembered her with affection, will come with regret the news of the death of Mrs. John Small McDonald. The deceased lady was born in St. Peter's Lake, in St. Andrew's parish in this Island. Her father was Donald McDonald, of the Western Highlands of Scotland, who emigrated from Greenock to this Island, then called St. John's Island, in the year 1772. Her mother, Catherine McDonald, was born at South Uist, Scotland, in 1777. She was married at St. Andrew's to the late Hon. John Small McDonald by Bishop McEachern, in the old St. Andrew's Church, which, being removed to Charlottetown, now forms part of St. Joseph's Convent. After her marriage, she and her husband went to live at the West River, and after a number of years residence there they removed to Charlottetown where her husband engaged in business until his death, and where she afterwards continued to reside.

Mrs. McDonald leaves surviving her seven children, viz; Clementina, widow of the late Honorable Donald Beaton; Mary, wife of Augustine C. McDonald, Esq., Montague Bridge; Helen, wife of John B. Sullivan, Esq., St. Peter's Bay; John Andrew, who carried on an extensive business at Summerside, and was Postmaster General of the Island immediately prior to Confederation; Margaret, Catherine and Jane.

Her funeral took place on Saturday morning, Sept. 29. Pontifical High Mass was celebrated by His Lordship Bishop McIntyre, assisted by her nephew, Rev. John McDonald, as deacon, and Rev. Father McLean as sub-deacon; her brother, Monsignor McDonald, as Assistant Priest and Rev. Father Gallant as Master of Ceremonies.

Mrs. McDonald's death severs another of the few remaining links connecting us with the early history of the Island, and the struggles and hardships of its first settlers. In the fullness of years, she has gone to her rest, leaving to her children the memory of a stainless, christian life, and to the world, a bright example of good, true, womanhood.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1888
DEATH:
MACLELLAN
- At Indian River, Lot 18, on the 1st October, after three weeks illness, of blood poisoning, Wm. J. McLellan, son of Alex. McLellan, in the 19th year of his age. May he rest in peace.


THE DAILY EXAMINER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1888
DEATH:
MACCORMACK-GILLIS
- At Hay River, on the 21st October, after a short illness, Ann McCormack, wife of Joseph Gillis, in the 76th year of her age, leaving a sorrowing husband, four sons and two daughters, besides a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. May she rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1888
MARRIAGE:
MACPHEE-MACPHEE
- At St. Margaret's, on the 16th Oct., by the Rev. D. J. G. McDonald, P.P., A. J. McPhee, teacher, North Lake, to Miss Katie McPhee, Big Pond.
MARRIAGE: MACDONALD-CAMPBELL - At St. Columba on the 22nd Oct., by the Rev. D. J. Gillis, Colin J. Campbell, North Lake, to Miss Mary A. McDonald, of same place.
MARRIAGE: MACLEAN-MORRISON - At St. George's, Grand River, Lot 55, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. F. J. McDonald, P.P., Mr. Angus Morrison, Launching, to Miss Mary McLean, of De Gros Marsh.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1888
MARRIAGE:
HARRISON-WALKER-MACCORMACK
- In St. Dunstan's Cathedral, on the 5th instant, by the Rt. Rev. Bishop McIntyre, assisted by Rev. J. C. McLean, Michael McCormack, Esq., Ex-Sheriff of King's County, to Margaret Harrison, widow of the late Ronald Walker.
DEATH: MAHAR - At Tracadie Road, on the 28th ult., Bridget, widow of the late Jeremiah Mahar, in the 74th year of her age. May her soul rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1888
DEATH:
MACMILLAN
- At Flint, Michigan, on Oct. 14th, of inflammation, Augustine McMillan, son of Gregory McMillan, of St. Andrew's, in the 25th year of his age. Deceased was a most exemplary young man, and his early demise is a sore bereavement to his sorrowing parents and relatives, but it is a consolation to them to know that he died fortified by the rites of his church. His body was forwarded to this Island, and was interred in St. Andrew's churchyard. May his soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1888
DEATH:
MACINTYRE
- At Barbara Weit, on Monday, 5th Nov., after a short illness of Brain fever, Lydia, the beloved wife of Joseph J. McIntyre, in the 21st year of her age. She died fortified by the last sacraments of her church. She was beloved by all her acquaintances, and leaves a sorrowful husband and two small children to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate wife and mother. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACISAAC-MACDONALD - At Orwell, on the 9th inst., Bella, the beloved wife of Daniel R. McDonald, and daughter of the late Allan McIsaac, of Seal River, in the 31st year of her age. May her soul rest in peace. Her remains were interred in Vernon River Cemetery, followed by a large concourse of friends and relations. May her soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- In Charlottetown, on the 18th inst., of congestion of the lungs, Ronald Pius, infant son of Joseph A. and Katie Macdonald, aged 4 months and 11 days.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD-MONTGOMERY
- At Naufrage, Lot 43, on the 15th inst., after a short illness of three weeks, which she bore with Christian patience, Mary McDonald, relict of the late James Montgomery, in the 72nd year of her age. The deceased was highly respected and esteemed by all who knew her, for her amiable disposition and many Christian qualities. She leaves a sorrowful family of six children, and a large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn their irreparable loss. May her soul rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1888
MARRIAGE:
SMITH-CREAMER
- At St. Joseph's, Lot 29, on the 6th inst., by Rev. James Æ. Macdonasld, P.P., Joseph F. Creamer, of South Melville Road, to Katie, daughter of Francis Smith, of North Melville Road, both of St. Joseph's parish.
DEATH: CLARKIN - In this city on the morning of the 27th inst., John Clarkin, in the 73rd year of his age.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1888
DEATH:
MACINTYRE
- At Savage Harbour Creek, on the 17th ult., John McIntyre, in the 88th year of his age.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1888

Souris Notes.

One of the old landmarks of the town, a house built by Daniel Collins, formerly of this place and now of Wisconsin, U.S., forty-seven years ago, is being to-day torn down. The house has been the scene of many a gay and happy hour, having for many years been occupied by the genial late Capt. Roderick McDonald, whose hospitality will ever be remembered by his numerous friends. We hope shortly to see this house replaced by a good, new building, and indeed it is not likely that the enterprising agent of the Knight Estate, Mr. F. Morrow, will allow this fine lot to remain long without being occupied by a structure that will do credit to the town.

Several vessels have arrived within the last few days for produce.

Schr. Kohinoow, Campbell, cleared to-day for Halifax with produce. Schr E. Hodgson, Lavie, cleared for Pictou to-day with oats for A. Currie. Barkentine _______, St. John's, Nfld, arrived last night to load produce for Matthew, McLean & Co.

Large quantities of fat herring have been taken all along the coast here lately.

A large seal was shot by young Davidson a few days ago.

The telephone was put in operation between Souris, Dundas, and the southern section of the Island yesterday. – COM.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1888
BIRTH:
HASZARD
- At Charlottetown, on the 12th inst., the wife of F. L. Haszard, of a daughter.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1888
DEATH:
MACISAAC
- At Glencorrodale, Lot 46, on the 5th inst., after a short illness of nine days, which he bore with Christian patience, John McIsaac in the 50th year of his age. The deceased was highly respected and esteemed by all who knew him, for his amiable disposition and many Christian qualities. He leaves a sorrowful wife, five children and a large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn their irreperable loss. May his soul rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1888
DEATH:
MACMILLAN
- At St. Peter's Bay, on the 27th Nov., Mary Kate Evyluir, youngest daughter of Hugh and Sarah McMillan, aged 2 years and 9 months.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1888
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Annandale, Lot 56, on the 18th of November, after a short illness, Margaret Anna, beloved wife of the late lamented Patrick Macdonald. She leaves two children to mourn the loss of an affectionate mother. May she rest in peace.


THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1888
DEATH:
MACGILLIVRAY
- In this city, on the 27th inst., at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. John McGillivray, aged 89 years. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: NEEDHAM-FRASER - At South Lake, P.E.I., Elizabeth S., daughter of James and Elmira Needham, and wife of Alex. Fraser, Esq., in the 35th year of her age, leaving a husband, two children and numerous friends to mourn their heavy loss. Our departed sister was baptized in East Boston, about 18 years ago, by the Rev. D. B. Cheney, and married to Mr. Fraser in 1879, at which time she became a member of the East Point Baptist Church. Her Christian life throughout was most exemplary. Although not long wholly confined to her bed, yet the last five years of her life were spent in pain, often intense, and without one hour's intermission. But she bore all with marked submission to her Heavenly Father's will, only longing as the end drew near "to depart and be with Christ, which is far better." Her words upon the bed of death will long be remembered. Though dead she yet speaketh.
DEATH: BAMBRICK - At Peake's Station, on December 22nd, Mrs. Priscilla A., wife of Alexander J. Bambrick, and daughter of Edward and Harriet Gay.
DEATH: ROSE - At North Lake, Dec. 15th, James Stanley, infant son of Charles and Eliza Rose, aged six days.


Sleep on, sweet babe,

And take thy rest,

God called thee home

When He thought best.